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Bathtub IV

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A time lapsed view of the Sydney, Australia coastline, in miniature.

Australian photographer Keith Loutit spent a year shrinking the city of Sydney to diorama size, using a video technique that makes everything look miniature. In "Bathtub IV," Loutit captures the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service in operation. The first responder choppers in flight, the clean beaches juxtaposed against an offshore oil platform, and the attractive little Aussies add up......read more

The Desert 2011

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A boarding escapade in the middle of nowhere

You don't normally associate the desert with surfing. But "The Desert 2011" proves the two aren't mutually exclusive. The Shire of Carnavon,  a solid twelve hour drive from Perth in Western Australia, is a narrow coastal strip where the waves meet the desert. Surf filmmaker Matt Pitcher traveled there with boogie boarders Lewy Finnegan and Dave Lush and caught them pulling off some......read more

Bowling Arm

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Discarded cricket balls upcycled into chunky leather bracelets $44.00

From the cricket field to your wrist, these Bowling Arm leather bracelets make creative and colorful use of expired Australian cricket balls. We may not understand cricket, but upcycling we can always get behind. The Bowling Arm project is the brainchild of Aussie industrial designer and artist Simone LeAmon, under her O.S. Initiative studio umbrella, through which she designs......read more

Timothy Evans: Home

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Stunning shots from Down Under

Judging from his portfolio site, twenty-six year old Aussie photographer Timothy Evans spends a lot of time on the road. At his site, you'll find photographic evidence of jaunts to faraway places like Laos, Tanzania and Cuba. But here, we present an Evans series shot in and around his home on Australia's Gold Coast (an amazing place, if you haven't been, go), where he shows off a freewheeling......read more

Lisa Sorgini: Lambent

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A moody collection of landscapes captured in Australia and New Zealand

Melbourne-based photographer Lisa Sorgini sent us a link to Lambent, a gorgeous collection of landscapes she shot around Australia and New Zealand. Taking her inspiration from quiet hush of the countryside, Lisa says that the series explores some of the contradictions that are unique to the Southern Hemisphere: ...the extreme contrast between light and dark, the burden of clouds and......read more

Che Parker's Endless Summer

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Aussie photographer captures everlasting summer vibes

Perth, Australia has to be one of the most isolated major cities in the world. Situated on Australia's west coast, Perth is home to 1.8 million people who live nowhere near anything else. Among them are the members of psych rock stalwarts Tame Impala as well as Che Parker, a photographer and self-described "kook from Western Australia with a particular fondness for living life, learning and......read more

In Australia, Wind Power is Cheaper than Fossil Fuels

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Wind energy prices undercutting coal and natural gas, according to Bloomberg report

The argument that fossil fuels are cheaper than renewable sources of energy has long been used to hold back the shift to clean power. But that's increasingly not the case. A new report about the Australian energy industry provides solid evidence that renewable energy can increasingly compete on cost with fossil fuels. The Bloomberg New Energy Finance report reveals that unsubsidized wind farms......read more

Fantastic Travel Photos by Luke Byrne

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Aussie photographer hits the road, returns with nice pictures

Every once in a while we stumble upon someone's flickr and our minds get blown. This would be one of those cases. Born in Adelaide and based in Sydney, Aussie photographer Luke Byrne got started taking pictures with his dad's old SLR. He's been shooting ever since. With a keen eye for concept, composition, and light, Byrne captures moody, beautiful travel pictures on both film and digital,......read more

Mind-Expanding Travel Photos by Keitha Haycock

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A Kiwi photographer takes us off the beaten path

It seems like everytime we take a walk through Flickr, we come across the portfolio of some well-traveled person whose life we can't help but envy. Keitha Haycock is one such person. The New Zealand-based photographer is seemingly always off traveling to some far-flung locale. Thankfully she brings her trusty 35mm to document her journeys. From the Himalayas to Central America to Australia,......read more

Found Concrete Installations by Lizzie Buckmaster Dove

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Australian artist finds inspiration--and materials--on the seaside

It's not unusual for creative types to go for walks to find inspiration. But for Australian artist Lizzie Buckmaster Dove, daily walks also serve the purpose of uncovering the materials she uses in her work. Walking along the seaside  near her home in Coledale, New South Wales, Lizzie collected concrete fragments from an old swimming pool which has been claimed by the to-and-fro of the......read more

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